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if they pertain to issues related to bioinformatics analysis of RNA-seq data, e.g. normalization, differential expression analysis, sequencing and experimental design…
a programming language, widely used in bioinformatics
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to refer to the alignment of nucleotide or peptide sequences, producing an arrangement that maximizes similarity between sequences.
for questions related to single-cell RNA-seq.
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To be used for questions specific tothe sequence file format `.fasta`. Please minimise usage if the question is more generally about sequence formats.
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about sequence alignment.
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one of the common binary formats used to store sequence alignment information. Questions should include this tag if they directly pertain to the format itsel…
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Bioconductor provides tools for the analysis and comprehension of high-throughput genomic data in the R language.
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the study of evolutionary relationships among biological entities - often species, individuals or genes.
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a set of freely available tools for biological computation written in Python.
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to refer to the gene sequence/coding part of the sequence.
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for questions related to whole genome analyses. For questions related to individual genes, use tag gene instead. Questions specific to format (like fasta) should be tagged with a format-specific tag.
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Questions relating to proteins, the chains of amino acids that form three-dimensional structures carrying important functions of life. Protein sequence, structure, similarity, domains, etc.
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the process of determining the precise order of nucleotides within a DNA molecule.
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a text file type used to store information regarding genetic variants.
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For statistical questions related to bioinformatics. If the nature of question is purely statistical, consider stats.stackexchange.com instead.
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a statistical approach for reconstructing evolutionary relationships using trees
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organised according to specific rules. Important biological databases include PDB (Protein Data Bank), Ensembl, Uniprot.
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a package for analyzing single cell rna seq data.
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The process of attaching contextual information to a biomolecular (DNA, RNA, or protein) sequence, such as the location of genes, promoters, or repeats in genomic DNA, or the function of a protein.
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Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms. How to find them? How to correlate them with other data? How to represent them? What is their distribution?
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Umbrella term for understanding any given nucleic acid sequence code, either as a locus, loci or genome with itself or as a comparison to comparable nucleic acid sequence code either intraspecificall…
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Process of creating the original sequence from the read sequences that it generated during a sequencing experiment. Can refer to genome assembly, in which case the original sequence is a genome, or tr…
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Basic Local Alignment Search Tool: algorithm that finds regions of similarity between a pair of sequences, can be used to query an unknown sequence against a database of known sequences.
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Questions specific to interacting with and post-processing sequence alignments using the SAMtools package. For questions specifically about formats SAM, BAM or CRAM use tags sam or bam,
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Questions about techniques in which the genetic material of a single cell is analysed individually
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The 3-D structure of a protein in space. It can refer to secondary structures, such as alpha helices or beta sheets, or the 3-D coordinates of the atoms making up a protein.
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an interdisciplinary field of science focusing on the structure, function, evolution, mapping, and editing of genomes.
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for questions about how to use, download, retrieve, check and browse public databases.
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use for general applications of high-throughput nucleotide sequencing methods that use short-read technology (e.g. Illumina, IonTorrent). For long-read sequencing, use 'long-read', or a more specific …
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Acronym for deoxyribonucleic acid, the unit of inheritance for all eukaryotic and prokaryotic organisms
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Use it when comparing a measure of the expression between two (or more) samples, where the units are relative to the comparison.
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a file format use to store short reads and their quality values
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an R package for analyzing RNA sequencing data
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The process of discovering variants in individuals starting from sequencing reads. Can be subdivided into germline variant calling and somatic variant calling. Can also be used for the more specific p…
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